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Saturday, March 28, 2015 -- 12:28 am
First time for everything: Snow depth at three spots is 0, but rainfall makes up for it
HeraldNet - ... tube to take a sample of a trace amount of snow at Stickney Ridge, located at 3,600 feet elevation at Spada Lake near Sultan on Thursday. The location typically averages a snow depth of 101.4 inches for this time of year, almost 12 inches higher ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 11:43 am
Reps. Kristiansen, Scott host telephone town hall
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Rep. Dan Kristiansen (R-Snohomish) and Rep. Elizabeth Scott (R-Monroe) will host a telephone town hall for their 39th District constituents on Thursday, April 2. The community conversation will run from 6 to 7 p.m. Similar to a call-in radio show, ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 11:22 am
Turk Talk | Spring sports begin, opportunities for success - Monroe Monitor
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - arch 16 was a very successful day for the Sultan Turks. The varsity softball team was away at Coupeville High School and won its very first game 11-0. The varsity baseball team also played its first game against Coupeville High School that day and ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 11:21 am
Sultan High School, Sky Valley Preschool team up to bring lesson full circle
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Coordinated by SHS biology teacher Ryan Monger, approximately 50 baby Coho salmon were released into the Sultan River by high school students, as kids from the Sky Valley Preschool looked on. The salmon release, which took place in Osprey Park on Thursday, March 19, allowed the high school students to interact with the preschoolers and demonstrate their knowledge about Sultan's local salmon population. Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 11:02 am
Skykomish Valley Indian Education hosts Evening of Native culture, silent auction
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - ... (SVIE) families invite the community to join them for an Evening of Native Culture and Silent Auction, at the Monroe High School Performing Arts Center (17001 Tester Road) on Saturday, March 28. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. so attendees can browse the ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 10:57 am
Sultan athlete dedicated on, off field
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - hree-sport athlete Matt Baller is about to spend his last months as a Sultan High Turk and will be remembered most for his devotion to improvement. "He's one of those kids that's just fun for the coach just because of his hard work and dedication," ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 -- 12:09 am
Granite Falls: If ATVs are allowed on county roads, city streets are next
HeraldNet - ... riding a wheeled off-road vehicle to traveling by motorcycle. He often rides with friends from Granite Falls to Sultan. They stop for food, gas and supplies. 'We see an economic value to it,' he said. 'There's millions of dollars people invest into ... Read more...
Monday, March 23, 2015 -- 6:42 pm
Snohomish crime trends mixed for winter 2014
Mukilteo Tribune - ... plummet here." Although, he noted, "It's not going completely away, it's just been pushed to another community," to Monroe. Shoplifting was up to 17 from 8 last year. Flood said it was due to timing, the end of the year, when the holidays are ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 -- 1:11 pm
Fire District No. 5 spearheads Smart911 campaign
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Snohomish County Fire District No. 5, in Sultan, is embarking on a local initiative to promote the use of Smart911, an innovative online tool meant to enhance public safety. Read more...
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 -- 12:49 pm
Letter to the Editor | Former mayor supports Proposition 1 - Monroe Monitor
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Many who know me personally, and those who may know me from my service on the Monroe City Council or as mayor of Monroe, might conclude that: "there's no tax that I like." It's true that I have been known to express concern and even discontent regarding what I perceive to be a burdensome tax system and wasteful spending, departmental inefficiencies and ever-growing governmental bureaucracies that function more to obstruct than to serve. Read more...
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 -- 12:43 pm
Olson Tech | Giving back, one computer at a time - Monroe Monitor
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - ... - no matter what their financial situation might be. At Olson Tech (403 W. Stevens Ave. Suite No. 1), near downtown Sultan, Olson works to provide a comprehensive level of technology services. The 26-year-old offers cloud backup, sales, networking, ... Read more...
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 -- 12:42 pm
Off to the races |Evergreen Speedway prepares for season opener
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Evergreen Speedway's first event of the season will be a Seahawks-themed NASCAR opener on April 4. Photos courtesy of Evergreen Speedway Between the smell of burning rubber and the heart-pumping sound of squealing tires, just about everyone loves the excitement of the racetrack. And this year, Evergreen Speedway in Monroe is gearing up for what it hope will be its biggest season yet. Read more...
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 -- 1:25 am
High need for foster care parents across Puget Sound
Mukilteo Tribune - ... we ease them into more training, then we expose them to harder or tougher kids. There was one home I just licensed in Monroe this month - they're doing all the training and we are starting them off slowly and they are very aware of the tough kids we ... Read more...
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 -- 1:25 am
New feature: Hike of the Month -- this month, Lord Hill Park
Mukilteo Tribune - Located between Snohomish and Monroe is Snohomish County's largest county park; the Lord Hill Regional Park. Named after Mitchell Lord who settled and farmed the area in the late 1880s, Lord's home still stands on the hill. Read more...
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 -- 12:41 pm
Sultan Mayor hosts free business workshop - Monroe Monitor
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Sultan Mayor, Carolyn Eslick, will host a free business workshop on social marketing on Friday, March 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the GROW Washington Store . The workshop will address how to better market your business using the Internet. Read more...
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 -- 12:39 pm
Sultan School District hosts Kindergarten open houses
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - Sultan School District will once again offer free, all-day kindergarten at both Sultan and Gold Bar elementary schools for the 2015-2016 school year. The board of directors and superintendent prioritize and support full-day, tuition-free kindergarten at both schools. Read more...
Monday, March 9, 2015 -- 9:18 am
No shortage of water: Lack of snow hasn't drained Snohomish County supply
HeraldNet - ... is much closer to the average. This winter hasn't been dry, it's just been warmer than usual, experts say. In the Sultan River Basin, which supplies drinking water for about 80 percent of Snohomish County residents, the water supply is 93 percent of ... Read more...
Monday, March 9, 2015 -- 1:14 am
Little snow; lots of water: Lack of white stuff may not trickle down to problems later
HeraldNet - ... is much closer to the average. This winter hasn't been dry, it's just been warmer than usual, experts say. In the Sultan River Basin, which supplies drinking water for about 80 percent of Snohomish County residents, the water supply is 93 percent of ... Read more...
Friday, March 6, 2015 -- 1:52 am
Where to see art in Snohomish County
HeraldNet - ... is 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 13 through 15, Evergreen State Fair events center, 144-5 179th Ave. SE, just off U.S. 2, Monroe. Arlene Strong is the featured artist. Fee of $8 includes admission for all three days. Free parking. Also includes 25 ... Read more...
Thursday, March 5, 2015 -- 12:23 am
Housing Hope's campaign boosted by $200,000 grant from BECU
HeraldNet - ... its 50 percent mark. Money from the Generations of Hope Capital Campaign has helped build two new housing projects in Monroe, one finished and another under construction. It will help build another housing complex in the Smokey Point area. ... Read more...



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